Dr. Stefanie Redemann Lab

In partnership with the Center for Membrane and Cell Physiology, Redemann Lab is looking to uncover and understand the underlying principles of spindle assembly on a nano-scale level.

The correct segregation of the genomic material during cell division is an important process, which is fundamental to life and any segregation error has severe implications for the organisms. By providing unique and novel information on the spindle structure and function we will gain a better understanding of the forces and mechanisms involved in the formation of stable and ultimately healthy mitotic spindles.

Our approaches includes cutting edge electron tomography, light microscopy and computational modelling.

 

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Research Collection at the Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB)

View research on the reconstruction and analysis of the microtubule spindle using electron tomography.

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The Redemann Lab was awarded a Young Investigator Award from the Human Frontier Science Program, together with the Mogessie Lab (Bristol) and the Fachinetti Lab (Curie)
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